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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Pienaar, G. & Cosser, M. (2020) Report on a scoping study on the potential added value of the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative (CoST) in South Africa: final report. (Commissioned by the Infrastructure Transparency Initiative (CoST), January).
The 2018 Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) published a full list of key infrastructure projects and has promised greater transpare...
Sobane, K. & Lunga, W. (2020) Developing a targeted behavioural change communication strategy for a linguistically and culturally diverse community. In: Weingart, P., Joubert, M. & Falade, B. (eds).Science Communication in South Africa: reflections on current issues. Cape Town: African Minds. 73-95.
Social and behavioural change communication (SBCC) as a domain in health communication is increasingly being recognised as a valuable tool f...
Grossberg, AC (2020) 5 September 2019 Why geography matters: the ideal area for disseminating census data.
Adams, R. & Adeleke, F. (2020) Protecting information rights in South Africa: the strategic oversight roles of the South African Human Rights Commission and the Information Regulator. International Data Privacy Law. January:Online.
Over the history of the recognition of information rights in South Africas Constitution, the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC), ...
Staunton, C., Adams, R., Anderson, D., Croxton, T., Kamuya, D., Munene, M. & Swanepoel, C. (2020) Protection of Personal Information Act 2013 and data protection for health research in South Africa. International Data Privacy Law. January:Online.
The right to privacy is constitutionally protected in South Africa (SA) by virtue of section 14 of the Constitution. As a corollary to that,...
Bosch, T., Luescher, T.M. & Makhubu, N. (2020) Twitter and student leadership in South Africa: the case of #FeesMustFall. In: Taras, D. & Davis, R. (eds).Power Shift?: political leadership and social media. New York: Routledge. 220-233.
With the rapid proliferation of social media around the world, social networking platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are increasingly bec...